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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Black Holes Facts about black holes A black hole is an empty space. It is a great amount of matter packed into a very small area. The gravitational pull is so strong that nothing can escape.If a star goes too close to a black hole, it cantear up a star and pull it toward itself. Scientists study black holes by discovering their effect on anearby mass object. Einstein's and other scientists' theory When a massive star dies, it leaves behind asmall, dense remaining core, if the core's mass is more than 3 times the mass of the sun, the force of gravity will overwhelm the other force and produce a black hole. Black holes can possibly transport materialsthat they suck in into a wormhole, which could send them into and out of a white hole. This process could transport material to anotherspace time or another galaxy. Since black holes capture light that goesclose to it, they also capture images of what had happened in the past, so scientistsbelieve if someone were to be in a back hole, he/she could see what has happened in the past. My Theory When light flies on the boundary of the black hole,part of it will get sucked in to the black hole, and the part that did not get sucked in will bend, causingthe human eye to mistake the star's light as a false image from another star. Maybe there aren't that manystars in the universe, it's the bending of the light that fools the human eye. The inside of a black hole is just a small rock. Because it has an extreme pressure, everything that it suckedin changes into atoms.
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